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NEW! Learning Series on Gender & Health Services Announced for Spring/Summer 2021

Futures Without Violence and the National Health Care for the Homeless Council are partnering to offer a comprehensive learning series on integrating gender justice in health services. This series includes a national webinar and a cohort-based learning collaborative with 4 learning sessions.

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Description:

  • Futures Without Violence and The National Health Care for the Homeless Council are excited to offer a national webinar addressing gender, homelessness and a constellation of intersecting issues including substance use disorder, mental health, homelessness, human trafficking (HT) and interpersonal violence (IPV). We will highlight strategies to strengthen the connections between health centers and the community partners who offer supportive services to IPV and HT survivors and build providers’ skills on providing universal education about healthy relationships. We recognize that this work is challenging, powerful, and at times overwhelming, so we will also offer strategies for staff as they navigate toward healing centered engagement. This webinar will include a panel of people with lived experience navigating service challenges. This discussion will include conversations about the ways health centers have been able to successfully engage with panelists and ways that health centers and domestic violence programs have created barriers to care.
  • Date and Time: Friday, May 14 at 2 p.m. CT (90 minutes)
  • Futures Without Violence registration link

Description:

  • Building off of the content presented on the May 14th webinar, we will hear directly from the learning collaborative about how these intersections of gender, homelessness, substance use disorder, mental health, homelessness, human trafficking (HT) and interpersonal violence (IPV) are impacting their clients. We will also discuss strategies for staff as they navigate toward healing centered engagement.  This discussion will include conversations about the ways health centers have been able to successfully engage with patients and ways that health centers and domestic violence programs have created barriers to care and strategies to increase access.
  • Date and Time: Thursday, May 27 at 12-12:40 p.m. CT
  • Register Here

Description:

  • Building off of the content presented on the May 14th webinar, we will hear directly from the learning collaborative about how these intersections of gender, homelessness, substance use disorder, mental health, homelessness, human trafficking (HT) and interpersonal violence (IPV) are impacting their clients. We will also discuss strategies for staff as they navigate toward healing centered engagement.  This discussion will include conversations about the ways health centers have been able to successfully engage with patients and ways that health centers and domestic violence programs have created barriers to care and strategies to increase access.
  • Date and Time: Thursday, May 27 at 12:50-1:30 p.m. CT
  • Register Here

Description:

  • Let’s get specific! This interactive session will be a deep dive into strategies providers can use to support patients experiencing violence or abuse and promote healthy relationships through healing centered engagement. Futures Without Violence will discuss in-depth the evidence-based IPV intervention–CUES–outlined briefly in our May 14th national webinar. Participants are encouraged to submit questions ahead of time (see registration form to do so) and interact with peers and faculty throughout.
  • Date and Time: Wednesday, June 9 at 11 a.m. CT (60 minutes)
  • Registration link

Description:

  • Description: Let’s get specific! This interactive session will be a deep dive into how health centers and community organizations can partner to provide supportive services to IPV and HT survivors. This session includes a panel of providers experienced in developing partnerships to support comprehensive behavioral health of people experiencing homelessness in their community. Participants are encouraged to submit questions ahead of time (see registration form to do so) and interact with peers and faculty throughout.
  • Date and Time: Thursday, June 24 at 12 CT (60 minutes)
  • Registration link
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